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Norm Cash 1961 First Base - Detroit Tigers Card Number: 95

Norm Cash 1961 First Base - Detroit Tigers Card Number: 95

Baseball history photo: 1887 - Long-time Philadelphia Phillies catcher Jack Clements, a left-handed thrower, demonstrates his catching technique. All catchers wore masks by the 1880's; however the gloves depicted are all that were worn during games. Clements played 16 seasons and appeared in 1157 games before retiring after the 1900 season. Note the shape and position of the pre-1900 home base.

Baseball history photo: 1887 - Long-time Philadelphia Phillies catcher Jack Clements, a left-handed thrower, demonstrates his catching technique. All catchers wore masks by the 1880's; however the gloves depicted are all that were worn during games. Clements played 16 seasons and appeared in 1157 games before retiring after the 1900 season. Note the shape and position of the pre-1900 home base.

Hall of Famer George Wright, who played for the Boston Red Stockings in the early 1870s.

Hall of Famer George Wright, who played for the Boston Red Stockings in the early 1870s.

Lou Gehrig was the first baseball player to have his uniform number retired!  "Lou was the most valuable player the Yankees ever had because he was the prime source of their greatest asset -- an implicit confidence in themselves and every man on the club."  sportswriter Stanley Frank

Lou Gehrig was the first baseball player to have his uniform number retired! "Lou was the most valuable player the Yankees ever had because he was the prime source of their greatest asset -- an implicit confidence in themselves and every man on the club." sportswriter Stanley Frank

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